#1
I need some help i have a prolem with my guitar strings its not my amp im sure but every time tune my floyd rose theres a buzz nosie ethier of my 1st(highE) or 2nd(B) string or sumtimes both i dont no how to fix it

any suggestion or a way to fix it
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#2
well, your neck may be warped or bowed. all you need to do is adjust the truss rod. If that doesnt work try putting new strings on it.
#3
huh warped? bowed? truss rod? explian. define
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#8
hly shit son calm dow....it might even be your action buzzing on the fretboard
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#10
*sigh*...some people just shouldn't be guitarists
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#11
when your guitar goes from one temperature to another, from say hot to cold temperatures the neck will bow or become warped due to the pressure from the temperature. the truss rod was made to adjust the neck back to its normal position.
#12
just buy a new guitar... lol..................kidding............
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